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If you wish to take part in an interdisciplinary artistic undertaking and learn some Polish along the way (or improve your communication skills in this language), meet new people, and learn about new forms of expression through art, feel invited to participate in a new multicultural project by Strefa WolnoSłowa.
For a few next months, in the workshop space of Stół Powszechny (at the Powszechny Theatre in Warsaw), participants are going to talk, improvise, write, narrate, read, dance, record videos, take photos, create sounds, listen, interview, and collect stories.
Together they will prepare a script, choreography, music, and visual aids for a performance to be staged in June 2019, around World Refugee Day.

Thursdays, 6.30–9.00pm
and weekends: 7, 8 March 2020, 28-29 March 2020, 25-26 April 2020

Participants and Strefa WolnoSłowa team will work with the body, sounds, and words – they will write, narrate, improvise using words and gestures. They will reveal acting capabilities of ours and other participants to feel well when creating together. They will tackle the basic acting tasks, games, and theatrical improvisation, they will move a lot, prepare the stage and dramatic composition for the performance to be staged in June.

The workshops are to be led by: Alicja Borkowska (coordination, direction), Artur Pałyga (dramaturgy), Katarzyna Stefanowicz (choreography, stage movement), Dorota Papis (actors training).

Mondays, 7.00–9.00pm

Participants will improvise under the eye of Ray Dickaty, a saxophone player, and other members of the Warsaw Improvisers Orchestra.
They will use their voice, sounds of the urban surroundings, instruments, and everyday use items to create the music and listen to it. They will prepare the musical composition for the final performance.
All the workshops are free of charge and take place in the workshop room at Stół Powszechny.

You can apply for participation in one or more workshops.
Application formLINK
The number of places is limited.
We accept applications until 13/02/2020
Candidates will receive  information about qualifying for the workshop no later than February 15.
On the 17th of Febbruary at 19.00 all the workshop groups are  invited to the information meeting at Stół Powszechny in Teatr Powszechny.

If you have questions or need more information please contact:

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